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WI - Man injured in hunting accident
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Man shot in Peshtigo woods in apparent hunting accident

Associated Press - September 22, 2007

PESHTIGO, Wis. (AP) - The Marinette County Sheriff's Department says a man was shot in a wooded area in the Town of Peshtigo in what appears to be a hunting accident.

Authorities say the man received the non-life threatening injury yesterday afternoon.

They say the 63-year-old's wound to his upper back was treated at the scene.

The accident happened at the Peshtigo Harbor Wildlife Area.

A news release this morning says the incident is under investigation by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as a hunting accident.

The man's name was not released.


Man injured in hunting accident

September 22, 2007
Gannett Wisconsin Newspapers

TOWN OF PESHTIGO — A 63-year-old man was treated for non-life threatening injuries Friday after being shot in the same wooded area where Green Bay hunter Cha Vang’s body was found earlier this year.

In what is being classified as a “hunting accident,” the man was shot in the upper back, according to the Marinette County Sheriff’s Department.

Responding to calls at 1:28 p.m. on Friday, the Marinette Rescue Squad and Bay Area Medical Center paramedics treated the man at the Peshtigo Harbor Wildlife Area off Harbor Road.

The incident is under investigation by the Department of Natural Resources.

Earlier this year, Vang’s body was found in the same woods. A 29-year-old Peshtigo man, James Nichols, is accused of killing the 30-year-old Vang on Jan. 5 after the men crossed paths while hunting. Nichols, 29, of Peshtigo allegedly shot Vang with a shotgun and then stabbed him before hiding his body under a log.

Nichols will stand trial Oct. 1.

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